Question about Apple iPod touch
It says Ipod disabled connect to itunes and everytime i connect it to itunes it says the ipod has a passcode and when i look on the ipod i don't see the screen with the numbers on it to put in the code
From what I gather in your post, it seems that your touch has had too many wrong attempts at the passcode, so now it won't even give you the number pad to try again.
It is now necessary to restore the touch on the computer that was used to originally sync it, so you can reset your passcode and resync the data.
If you use a different computer, you will be able to unlock and remove passcode, but you will lose your data.
The link below will explain what I said a little better, and at the end of the article there is another link on how to actually update and restore your touch.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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